Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Tom Waits – Amsterdam, The Netherlands

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Tom Waits
1976-05-26
Hotel L’American, Amsterdam
The Netherlands

Download: FLAC/MP3

L1 Radio, Hubert On The Air, 2011-12-22

Fm (air, with room antenna) > Creative SoundBlaster @ 16/44.1 > tracked and volume normalized with Magix > SBE’s fixed and converted to flac 8 with Traders Little Helper

I recorded this several years ago. The reason I never shared it is the big “hum” and other noise in this recording, especially in the Intro DJ and the first 2 minutes and 2 seconds of Eggs And Sausage. I tried to clean it, but wasn’t able to remove the “hum” without damaging music. The interfering noise reduces during the course of the show.

Om 2016-12-26 there was a rebroadcast. Unfortunately I was driving home from work at the beginning of the broadcast. I drove as fast as possible but only managed to record (this time digital) the last 2,5 songs (not added to this upload).

In the intro Hubert tells us he doesn’t know who recorded this. He was present at the show but he had the flu. He was covered with a blanket because of the fever. Two days later the flu was over. He calls it “The healing force of music”.

Complete broadcast, incomplete show

Tracks:

01 Intro DJ (00:40)
02 Eggs And Sausage (07:14)
03 Virginia Avenue (03:17)
04 Please Call Me, Baby (04:12)
05 Heart Of Saturday Night (03:10)
06 Spare Parts I (08:23)
07 Diamonds On My Windshield – Band Introduction (07:59)
08 Better Off Without A Wife (04:49)
09 New Coat Of Paint (02:16)
10 Rosie (03:28)
11 Outro DJ (00:16)

Running time 45:49

Tom Waits – vocals, piano, guitar
Frank Vicari – tenor sax
Dr. Fitz(gerald) Huntingdon Jenkins III Jr. – upright bass
Chip White – drums

2018-06-20 upload to Dime by gadogado

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Jerry Garcia Band – Berkeley, CA (12/22/76)

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Jerry Garcia Band
Keystone
Berkeley, CA
12/22/76

Download: FLAC/MP3

Set 1:
01 – Tuning
02 – Let It Rock
03 – Stir It Up
04 – Simple Twist Of Fate
05 – They Love Each Other
06 – Midnight Moonlight

Set 2:
07 – Tuning
08 – Tore Up Over You
09 – Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door
10 – Mystery Train
11 – I’ll Take A Melody
12 – Ride Mighty High

 

Source 1:

This is flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 14982

MSR > DATs > CDs > HP 9350i extraction (EAC v0.9
beta 4) > slight editing using Sound Forge Studio 6.0 >
tracking (CD Wave v1.6) > sector boundary verification
(shntool v1.01) > .shn encoding (mkwACT v0.97 beta 1).
Extraction and .shn encoding by Joe Jupille.

 

Notes:
– John Rich plays pedal steel guitar on all but Let it Rock and
Ride Mighty High.
– There is some oversaturation throughout the recording, most
prominently during Mystery Train and Ride Mighty High, but it
isn’t too bad.

Flaws:
d1t05 TLEO cuts in, not much missing
d1t05 TLEO cut/splice @ 0:17
d2t03 Knockin’ cut/splice @ 11:21, 14:52 (near end)
d2t04 Mystery Train light tick @ 6:09 removed using Sound Forge
d2t06 Ride Mighty High very end cut

Thanks to Andy Lemieux for the source discs!

A MisSHN in the Rain Installment of the Music Never Stopped Project.

 

Source 2:

This is a tagged version of shnid: 136571

Recording Info:
SBD -> Master Reel -> CD

CD -> Samplitude Professional v11.2.1 -> FLAC
(2 Discs Audio / 1 DVD FLAC)

Recorded and Supplied by Mike Dolgushkin
Mastered By Charlie Miller
charliemiller87@earthlink.net
July 21, 2016

Notes:
— I will have a direct reel transfer shorty
— Many cuts and flaws smoothed out
— With John Rich on pedal steel

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Jerry Garcia Band – Berkeley, CA (12/23/76)

jerry garcia band 1976

JERRY GARCIA BAND
Keystone
Berkeley CA
12-23-1976

Download: FLAC/MP3

s1t01 //Sugaree
s1t02 Sitting In Limbo
s1t03 Mystery Train
s1t04 The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
s1t05 The Way You Do The Things You Do

s2t01 Let It Rock
s2t02 Stir It Up
s2t03 Tangled Up In Blue
s2t04 Tore// Up Over You//

Source: SBD of unknown lineage kindly provided by Seaweed1010.

Transfer: Maxell XLIIS > Nakamichi CR-5A > Edirol FA-66 > Wavelab >
R8Brain > CD-Wave > TLH > FLAC 1644 tagged. Transfer by Andrew F.

Notes:

As of October 2010, this is the first source for this date (Sbd or
Aud) to circulate losslessly.

There is a guest pedal-steel player, according to Deadbase & jerrysite,
this is John Rich. Sugaree cuts in during Keith’s solo, about a third way
into the song. The first notes are clipped on Way You Do and Let It Rock.
A fifteen second drop-out at 1:03 of Tore Up has been cross-faded together,
then the recording cuts out altogether in the final verse near the end.

Deadbase & jerrysite list two songs after Tore Up, those being: Strange Man
and “Singin’ In The Band.” This latter song appears no where else in JG’s
performance history, so might be a mistaken entry from someone’s old list,
and could possibly have been Ride Mighty High, which was the common show
closer during 1976. This is the first live version of Tangled Up In Blue.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Joni Mitchell – Boston, MA (02/19/76)

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Joni Mitchell and the LA Express
1976-02-19
The Music Hall
Boston, MA

Download: FLAC/MP3

Exc Audience recording transferred and uploaded to dime 2008-01-02 by hanwaker

pitch corrected -53 cents with antialiasing in Sony Soundforge 9 per Professor Goody’s advice,
with tracking fixed on “Love or Money”
Sector boundaries aligned and converted to flac level 8 in TLH by Randall on 2008-01-02

cd1
01 Help Me
02 Love or Money
03 Free Man In Paris
04 For The Roses
05 Cold Blue Steel & Sweet Fire
06 Big Yellow Taxi
07 Shades Of Scarlet Conquering
08 For Free ( heckler attack !)
09 Coyote >
10 Don Juan’s Reckless Daughter
11 Just like this train
12 Shadows and Light
13 In France They Kiss On Main St.

cd2
01 Edith & The Kingpin
02 Talk To Me
03 Harry’s House/Centerpiece
04 rap
05 Furry Sings The Blues
06 Trouble Child
07 Rainy Night House
08 Raised On Robbery
09 The Jungle Line
10 Twisted

Personnel
Joni Mitchell, guitar, piano and vocal

with the LA Express:
David Luell, tenor, soprano, and baritone sax
Robben Ford, electric guitar
Victor Feldman, keyboards
Max Bennett, electric bass
John Guerin, drums and percussion

hanwaker’s original description:

this is an outstanding audience recording !
i received a cassette copy from east coast trader henry G. in the very early 80s.. i wished i could trace this one back to its master… the copy henry sent is at least 3 gen up from the master and has gathered the usual amount of hiss.

.and add:— that dolby c and b( these days EQ business does its trick) —did its share in disguising the
( real-reel) above average recording once it hit the cassette decks in analog times,,
this said.. you will still find this to be one of the best 76 joni recordings..
even the hecklers are less audible than joni herself!
the claim to fame is this…
THIS HAS THE FAMOUS HECKLER ATTAC..during — for free— !

****and add that at times i feel this to be a tiny bit too fast****

hopefully one of the fellow dimers recoginzes his master and can help with an upgrade

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead – Chicago, IL (06/27/76)

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Grateful Dead
June 27, 1976
Auditorium Theatre
Chicago, IL

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is a tagged version of shnid: 112295
Recording Info:
SBD -> Cassette Master -> Apogee Ensemble -> Peak -> AIFF

Transfer Info:
AIFF -> Adobe Audition v1.5 -> Samplitude Professional v10.1 -> FLAC
(3 Discs Audio / 2 Discs FLAC)

All Mastering By Charlie Miller
charliemiller87@earthlink.net
October 22, 2008

Patch Info:
Unknown Mics -> Cassette Master -> Apogee Ensemble -> Peak -> AIFF supplies:
Cold Rain And Snow (complete track)
Cassidy (0:00 – 1:34)
Friend Of The Devil (7:19 – 7:48)
Slipknot! (1:24 – 1:49)

Notes:
— Set 2 is seamless
— First few notes of Cold Rain And Snow are missing
— There is some static in Big River
— Patch source recorded with mics placed at soundboard
— Thanks to Digitalrbb for the supplying and digitizing the tapes
— Thanks to Joe B. Jones for his help with the pitch correction

–Set 1–
101-d1t01 – Cold Rain & Snow
102-d1t02 – Cassidy
103-d1t03 – Brown Eyed Women
104-d1t04 – Big River
105-d1t05 – Ship of Fools
106-d1t06 – Lazy Lightnin’ ->
107-d1t07 – Supplication
108-d1t08 – Friend of the Devil
109-d1t09 – Looks Like Rain
110-d1t10 – Might as Well

–Set 2–
201-d2t01 – Tuning
202-d2t02 – Let It Grow ->
203-d2t03 – Wharf Rat ->
204-d2t04 – Samson & Delilah
205-d2t05 – Help on the Way ->
206-d2t06 – Slipknot! ->
207-d2t07 – Franklin’s Tower ->
208-d2t08 – Sugar Magnolia
209-d3t01 – U.S. Blues

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Best of the Rolling Thunder Review

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Bob Dylan and The Rolling Thunder Revue
Best Of The Rolling Thunder Revue

Download: FLAC/MP3

From the original uploader:

This is a bootleg created by myself documenting the whole 1975-1976 tour, with almost every (if not every) track performed by Bob Dylan in Soundboard Quality (it sounds better than a lot of official releases) and the best performances by the other Thunder Revue artists. The research done with this is INCREDIBLE. I’ve looked up for all the bootlegs of this years, i’ve listened them, and i’ve selected the best cuts (comparing every song from one performance to the others)
The tracks have been edited (fade in-fade out, normalized volume, introductions of the songs…) in order to make it a more fluid experience, and it sounds just as an official record. The bootleg has some covers too (one for each of the 7 CDs) created by myself too.
This is the best album i’ve listened about The Thunder Revue tour, and it represents the best tour of Bob Dylan incredibly well.

The CD 1, 2, 3 and 4 contain almost every track played by Bob Dylan during 1975 and 1976 in an astonishing soundboard quality.
The CD 5 contain the best songs played by the other artists touring with Dylan on these years, on soundboard quality too.
The CD 6 and 7 contain some songs and rehearsals by Dylan during these years but It’s been separated from the four first CDs because of their worse quality in comparision to the other music on the compilation. Anyways, the quality of the performance of each song is worth the noise or bad recording it has, they’re extremely worth it too.

CD1 – 1975
01. When I Paint My Masterpiece (War Memorial Coliseum, Plymouth, 10-31-75)
02. It Ain’t Me Babe (Madison Square Garden, New York City, 12-08-75 )
03. Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll (Montreal Forum, Montreal, 12-04-75)
04. Never Let Me Go (War Memorial Coliseum, Plymouth, 10-31-75)
05. Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall (Palace Theater, Waterbury, 11-11-75 )
06. It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry (Madison Square Garden, New York City, 12-08-75 )
07. Romance Durango (Madison Square Garden, New York City, 12-08-75 )
08. Blowin’ In The Wind (Palace Theater, Waterbury, 11-11-75 )
09. The Times They Are A Changin’ (Madison Square Garden, New York City, 12-08-75 )
10. Dark As A Dungeon (Madison Square Garden, New York City, 12-08-75 )
11. Mama, You Been On My Mind (Madison Square Garden, New York City, 12-08-75 )
12. I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine (Madison Square Garden, New York City, 12-08-75 )
13. I Shall Be Released (Madison Square Garden, New York City, 12-08-75 )

CD 2 – 1975
01. Tonight I’ll Be Staying Here With You (Montreal Forum, Montreal, 12-04-75)
02. I Don’t Belive You (War Memorial Coliseum, Plymouth, 10-31-75)
03. One More Cup Of Coffee (War Memorial Coliseum, Plymouth, 10-31-75)
04. Simple Twist Of Fate (Madison Square Garden, New York City, 12-08-75 )
05. Oh Sister (Madison Square Garden, New York City, 12-08-75 )
06. Hurricane (Madison Square Garden, New York City, 12-08-75 )
07. Just Like A Woman (War Memorial Coliseum, Plymouth, 10-31-75)
08. Sara (War Memorial Coliseum, Plymouth, 10-31-75)
09. Tangled Up In Blue (Boston Music Hall, Boston, 11-21-75)[*]
10. Knocking On Heaven’s Door (Palace Theater, Waterbury, 11-11-75 )
11. This Land is Your Land (Palace Theater, Waterbury, 11-11-75 )

CD 3 – 1976
01. Mr.Tambourine Man (The Warehouse, New Orleans, 05-03-76 )
02. Love Minus Zero – No Limit (The Warehouse, New Orleans, 05-03-76 )
03. Vincent Van Gogh (The Warehouse, New Orleans, 05-03-76 )
04. It Ain’t Me Babe (Tarrant Convention Center, Fort Worth, 05-16-76 )
05. Maggie’s Farm (The Warehouse, New Orleans, 05-03-76 )
06. One Too Many Mornings (Tarrant Convention Center, Fort Worth, 05-16-76 )
07. Mozambique (Tarrant Convention Center, Fort Worth, 05-16-76 )
08. Isis (Tarrant Convention Center, Fort Worth, 05-16-76 )
09. Railroad Boy (The Warehouse, New Orleans, 05-03-76 )
10. I Pity The Poor Immigrant (The Warehouse, New Orleans, 05-03-76 )
11. Deportees (Tarrant Convention Center, Fort Worth, 05-16-76 )
12. Blowin’ In The Wind (Tarrant Convention Center, Fort Worth, 05-16-76 )
13. You’re A Big Girl Now (The Warehouse, New Orleans, 05-03-76 )
14. Seven Days (Convention Center, Tampa, 04-21-76)[*]

CD 4 – 1976
01. Rita Mae (The Warehouse, New Orleans, 05-03-76 )
02. You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome (Tarrant Convention Center, Fort Worth, 05-16-76 )
03. I Want You (OK State Fair, Oklahoma City, 05-18-76)
04. I Threw It All Away (Tarrant Convention Center, Fort Worth, 05-16-76 )
05. Going Going Gone (Tarrant Convention Center, Fort Worth, 05-16-76 )
06. Lay Lady Lay (Tarrant Convention Center, Fort Worth, 05-16-76 )
07. Shelter From The Storm (The Warehouse, New Orleans, 05-03-76 )
08. Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again (The Warehouse, New Orleans, 05-03-76 )
09. Idiot Wind (Tarrant Convention Center, Fort Worth, 05-16-76 )
10. Hard Rain ( C.S.University, Fort Collins, 05-23-76)
11. Gotta Travel On (The Warehouse, New Orleans, 05-03-76 )

CD 5 – Other Artists
01. Alabama Dark (War Memorial Coliseum, Plymouth, 10-31-75) (Bob Neuwirth)
02. Too Good to be Wasted (Montreal Forum, Montreal, 12-04-75) (Rob Stoner)
03. I’m a Ramblin’ Boy (Montreal Forum, Montreal, 12-04-75) (Ramblin’ Jack Elliot)
04. Flint Hill Special (The Warehouse, New Orleans, 05-03-76 ) (Earl Scruggs)
05. Werewolves Of London (The Warehouse, New Orleans, 05-03-76 ) (Bobby Neuwirth)
06. Life On Mars (Palace Theater, Waterbury, 11-11-75 ) (Mick Ronson)
07. Coyote (Montreal Forum, Montreal, 12-04-75) (Joni Mitchell)
08. Silver Dagger (War Memorial Coliseum, Plymouth, 10-31-75) (Joan Baez)
09. Long Black Veil (Madison Square Garden, New York City, 12-08-75) (Joan Baez)
10. Love Song To A Stranger, Pt. 2 (Palace Theater, Waterbury, 11-11-75 ) (Joan Baez)
11. Oh, Happy Day (War Memorial Coliseum, Plymouth, 10-31-75) (Joan Baez)
12. Lover Of The Bayou (The Warehouse, New Orleans, 05-03-76 ) (Roger McGuinn)
13. Eight Miles High (Palace Theater, Waterbury, 11-11-75 ) (Roger McGuinn)
14. Diamonds And Rust (Madison Square Garden, New York City, 12-08-75) (Joan Baez)
15. Silver Mantis (Tarrant Convention Center, Fort Worth, 05-16-76) (T-Bone Burnett)
16. Dancin’ In The Streets (The Warehouse, New Orleans, 05-03-76 ) (Joan Baez)
17. The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down (War Memorial Coliseum, Plymouth, 10-31-75) (Joan Baez)

CD 6 – Bonus
01. Abandoned Love (Other End Club, New York City, 07-03-75)
02. Fourth Time Around (Civic Center, Augusta, 11-26-75)
03. Wild Mountain Thyme (Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, 12-02-75)
04. Ballad Of Hollis Brown [Rehearsal] (Bellevue hotel, Clearwater, 04-15-76)
05. Most Likely You Go Your Way (Bellevue Biltmore Hotel, Clearwater, 04-22-76)
06. Spanish Is The Loving Tongue (Municipal Auditorium, San Antonio, 05-11-76)
07. Seven Days (Bellevue Biltmore Hotel, Clearwater, 04-22-76)
08. Weary Blues From Waiting (Lakeland, Florida, 04-18-76)
09. Like A Rolling Stone (Bellevue Biltmore Hotel, Clearwater, 04-22-76)
10. I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight (Bayfront Civic Center Auditorium, St. Petersburg, 04-20-76)
11. When I Paint My Masterpiece (Bellevue Biltmore Hotel, Clearwater, 04-22-76)
12. People Get Ready [Rehearsal] (SIR rehearsals, New York, 1075)
13. Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues (Lakeland, Florida, 04-18-76)
14. Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat (OK State Fair, Oklahoma City 05-18-76 )

CD 7 – Bonus
01. You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere [Rehearsal] (Los Angeles, CA, 01-22-76)
02. The Times They Are A-Changin’ (Bellevue Biltmore Hotel, Clearwater, 04-22-76)
03. It’s Alright Ma (Civic Center, Providence, 04-11-75)
04. Hold Me In Your Arms [Rehearsal] (Belleview Biltmore Hotel, Clearwater, 04-15-76)
05. It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue (Houston Astrodrome, Houston, 01-25-76)
06. Isis [Rehearsal] (Bellevue hotel, Clearwater, 04-15-76)
07. You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go (Municipal Auditorium, Mobile, 04-29-76)
08. One Of Us Must Know (Henry Levitt Arena, Wichita, 05-19-76)
09. Tangled Up In Blue (Hughes Stadium, Fort Collins, 05-23-76)
10. You Angel You [Rehearsal] (Bellevue hotel, Clearwater, 04-17-76)
11. Visions Of Johanna (Lakeland, Florida, 04-18-76)
12. Simple Twist Of Fate [TV Broadcast] (The World of John Hammond, Chicago, 09-10-75)
13. If You See Her, Say Hello (Lakeland, Florida, 04-18-76)
14. With God On Our Side (Civic Center, Providence, 04-11-75)
15. Positively 4th Street (Houston Astrodrome, Houston, 01-25-76)

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Lou Reed – New York, NY (10/30/76)

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Lou Reed
Geneva University, New York, USA.
October 30 1976

Download: FLAC/MP3

Sony 153 & AKG mikes
Maxell tape
Transfered cassette to CD using ‘stereo’ – no PC involved
recorded by ODoc55

Above CD > Audacity + CD Wave (editing / track splitting ONLY, no audio processing) > TLH > FLAC

01 Sweet Jane
02 I Believe in Love
03 Lisa Says
04 Kicks
05 Lisa Says
06 Waiting For My Man
07 Sheltered Life
08 Kids
09 Claim to Fame
10 Vicious Circle
11 Coney Island Baby
12 Rock and Roll Heart
13 Charley’s Girl
14 Kill Your Sons
15 Satellite of Love

CD 2

01 How Do You Think It Feels
02 Temporary Thing
03 Rock and Roll
04 Heroin
05 Sister Ray [slows down / cuts out]

From the original uploader
This is a great recording! Excellent stereo sound…just a little wow and flutter (speed ‘wobble’) creeps in here and there (at it’s worst on the last couple of tracks on CD 2), and Sister Ray gets cut off. Overall it’s a magnificient recording for it’s time, or for any time for that matter – as good as many mixing desk or FM recording, and a great ‘feel’ to it. Forget the dry sound of some mixing desk and certain well known tapers uploads … this sounds like being there!

The date is slightly puzzling…according to doc it was 30th October, but other records suggest Lou played Philadelphia on that date. We wanted to get this online, and perhaps someone can help on the date? As you will hear it’s a great recording, and I’ve had upping this on my ‘to do’ list for a while, so here you are.

On the technical side, no audio processing was done : ODoc55 pointed out no PC was used for the transfer to disc. To get this onto Dime, using a PC was kind of essential, but I did no audio processing : aside from noting how precious some Lou fans can be about that, there was no need. The only work done was sorting out the track splits, they needed some tidying up, and that was done very carefully.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Jerry Garcia Band – Berkeley, CA (12/21/76)

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Jerry Garcia Band
Keystone
Berkeley, CA
12/21/76

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 20474

MAC (no taping information) > Richard Foster’s 1st gen reels >
Uher Royal DeLuxe reel to reel playback @ 7.5 ips > Tascam DA-20
DAT @ 48khz > Fostex master CD > EAC > SHN.
A>D by Thomas Donhauser; EAC>SHN by Hanno Bunjes

Disc One (4) 51:41
–Set I–
01. Catfish John [12:26] [0:22]
02. [3:47] Tore Up Over You [8:28] [0:35]
03. [4:44] Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door [12:25] [0:12] (probable tape flip)
04. [0:08] Mystery Train [8:17] [0:16]

Disc Two (6) 60:53
–Set II–
01. Sugaree [12:50] [0:24]
02. Stop That Train [12:03] [0:23, of which 0:07 dead air]
03. [0:11] (repeated from end of t02) (probably tape flip)
04. The Way You Do The Things You Do [8:52] [0:05]
05. [0:13] I’ll Take A Melody [16:19] [0:27]
06. [1:29] Ride Mighty High [7:19] [0:06 +:10 dead air]

Notes:
– Show with John Rich on pedal steel guitar, to very nice effect IMO!
– recording is thin (very little bass), a little quiet, a little hissy.
But it’s altogether listenable.
– d1t04 setbreak announcement “We’re gonna try to get ourselves
together”
– d2t06 Ride Mighty High starts off low volume, ends up being a pretty
cool version, here again with the two guitars working well together.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Jerry Garcia Band – Pismo Beach, CA (11/20/76)

jerry garcia - pismo beach - 1976

Jerry Garcia Band
11-20-1976
Pismo Theater
Pismo Beach, CA

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 22409

Source: MSC>C3>DAT>WAV>SHN.
Cassette>DAT transfer: Nakamichi DR-2 cassette deck>Tascam DA-30 Mk II by J. Powell.
DAT>SHN transfer: Sony PCM-R500 > coaxial S/PIDF > M Audio Audiophile 2496/P4 2.0 GHz > WAV recording/editing (Soundforge 6.0) > tracking (CDWave editor)>sector boundaries confirmed (shntool) > SHN (mkwact) by C. Ladner.

Disc 1 – Early Show
01 I Second That Emotion [13:39]
02 Stop That Train [14:54]
03 It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry [08:48]
04 After Midnight [14:56]
05 Friend Of The Devil [08:37]
06 Sitting In Limbo [13:04]
Total time: 73:59

Disc 2 – Early Show (cont’d)
01 How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) [10:17]
02 Night They Drove Old Dixie Down [08:36]
03 Midnight Moonlight [10:16]
Late Show
04 The Way You Do The Things You Do [10:52]
05 They Love Each Other [09:41]
06 Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door [17:18]
Total time: 67:01

Disc 3 – Late Show (cont’d)
01 Mystery Train [13:42]
02 A Strange Man [06:31]
03 Don’t Let Go [26:49]
04 How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) [09:19]
Total time: 56:21

Comments from original uploader: Scarcely circulated multianalog generation SBD recording. It has hiss – you’ve been warned. This is the raw transfer without any noise reduction.

The setlist of this recording differs from that on thejerrylist.com on the last 2 songs of the late show which lists “Tore Up Over You” and “Ride Mighty High” as the final two tracks. The end of DLG is not cut on this recording as listed on thejerrysite, though there was a small drop out on the master which was seamlessly removed (see below). There is no audible break in the music between the end of Don’t Let Go and How Sweet It Is. Quiet on-stage banter can be heard at a low level from the end of DLG that continues on through the countoff into How Sweet It Is. The version of “How Sweet It Is” is different than the one played during the early show and at the end Jerry says “Goodnight”.

Flaws:
d1t01 – first few notes missing
d1t04 – d/o at 08:41 removed using SF6 with a small amount of music missing.
d2t02 – d/o @ 07:08 with truncation of “yankee laid him in his grave” and the rest of the verse.
d2t06 – d/o @ 10:26 with small subsecond bit of missing music.
d3t03 – d/o @ 19:33 with a “BEEP” in the middle deleted with no apparent missing music.
There are a few tape pauses between tracks however the overall recording quality/level of hiss remains the same for the entire show, suggesting the entire recording is from a single source. The pitch was flat and I increased by .02 semitones corresponding to a transposition ratio of 1.01162 using SF6.

another installment of the misSHN in the rain, 2/04.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Jerry Garcia Band – Pismo Beach, CA (11/19/76)

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Jerry Garcia Band
11-19-1976
Pismo Theater
Pismo Beach, CA

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 22411
Source: MSC>C3>DAT>WAV>SHN.
Cassette>DAT transfer: Nakamichi DR-2 cassette deck>Tascam DA-30 Mk II by J.Powell.
DAT>SHN transfer: Sony PCM-R500 > coaxial S/PIDF > M Audio Audiophile 2496/P4 2.0 GHz > WAV(Soundforge 6.0) > tracking (CDWave editor)>sector boundaries confirmed (shntool) > SHN (mkwact) by C.Ladner.

Disc 1 – Late show
01 Sugaree [15:32]
02 Catfish John [13:42]
03 Tore Up Over You [11:46]
04 Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door [17:00]
05 After Midnight [13:18]
06 A Strange Man [08:13]
Total time: 79:32

Disc 2 – Late show (cont’d)
01 I’ll Take A Melody// [04:14]
02 Stop That Train// [09:43]

Comments: Scarcely circulated multianalog generation SBD recording without any noise reduction.

The setlist on this recording differs from thejerrysite.com which reports “Mission In The Rain” was played after “A Strange Man”, but was missing from the tape but confirmed by person in attendence. This recording has “I’ll Take A Melody” and “Stop That Train”. There is no gross difference in the recorded sources preceding A Strange Man and I’ll Take A Melody to suggest they come from a different source than the remainder of the recording. If you don’t believe it’s real, just don’t burn disc 2 :-p

Flaws:
d1t04 – d/o @ 5:45 removed with SF6.
Pauses between tracks.

misSHN in the rain, 2/04.

Flac encoding notes:
All processing with Trader’s Little Helper
Shn – st5 generated
Shn > Flac ( level 8 )
Flac – st5 generated and matched to Shn st5